Blue Ridge Outdoors recently interviewed songstress Lael Neale, whose album I’ll Be Your Man provides country-tinged folk pop reminiscent of classic singers of the 60s and 70s. In the piece, Neale discusses the differences between her native Virginia and her adopted home in Los Angeles, and she also talks in depth about her love of poetry and her favorite poets. Read the whole thing here.
Though the LP is a quiet and pensive affair on the whole, single “Born in the Summer” doesn’t quite fit that mold. According to Magnet, which featured the song, it’s a “stomping track.” While it may be about the summer, we think it’s also a perfect jam for bringing about the change of the seasons. Check it out here.
I’ll Be Your Man is rising at CMJ, bubbling just under the Top 100 on last week’s chart. Show her some support and help the album reach a new peak!